A post that features some of the wisdom Zack Eswine gleaned from Charles Spurgeon about helping those who endure seasons of depression. Here Eswine unfolds four points from Spurgeon about the origins of ‘the tendency of impatient care toward depression’ as he seeks to express some dos and don’ts for helping sufferers. 1. We judge …

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Tomorrow, for those of us who have not been called home, the work of our salvation will continue toward its completion: From Charles Spurgeon, quoted at Tolle Lege: If, when we were sinners, Christ loved us so as to die for us, now that He has redeemed us, and has already reconciled us to Himself, …

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Charles Spurgeon, as quoted by David Cook in a sermon this afternoon: β€œI have learned to kiss the wave that throws me against the Rock of Ages.” The subjective experience of adversity brings us into contact with the objective experience of God and his gracious love.

First Sunday prayer service at mgpc tomorrow night. J.D. Greear provides an extended quote from Charles Spurgeon. An excerpt: Keep up the prayer-meeting, whatever else flags; it is the great business evening of the week, the best service between the Sabbaths; be you sure to make it so. If you find that your people cannot …

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